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VIDEO: Israel’s Growing “Temple Movement”

While the world is distracted with North KoreaSpainterrorism, etc., Israel keeps moving along, bit by bit, to reclaim the Temple Mount. To these Zionist zealots, the Anti-Christ needs to come sooner rather than later!!

On the morning of July 14th, three Arab-Israeli citizens came out of the al-Aqsa mosque and shot dead two Israeli Druze policemen, setting off a deadly wave of protests and violence. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reacted by installing metal detectors at the entrance to the Temple Mount, which houses some of the holiest sites to the three big Abrahamic religions.

This caused Palestinians in east Jerusalem to boycott the sacred compound and in the ensuing violence, three Israelis and three Palestinians were killed in the West Bank. The increasing volatility, instability, and violence, according to Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research senior researcher Yitzhak Reiter, is a result of the erosion of the status quo, which has existed at Temple Mount (Muslims call it Haram al-Sharif) since 1967. The status quo allows Muslims to worship in al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock, while the Jews worship at the Western Wall.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsL62SXyajQ

EXCLUSIVE: Ancient Temples of Maaloula Destroyed and Looted by ISIS are Being Restored In Syria

 

In the Syrian city of Maaloula (Ma’loula) The Christian Church began to commence services in the Christian monastery of St. Thecla.
The pilgrims from all around the world traveled to religious shrines before the war.

 

 

Before

 

It was almost completely destroyed and looted by ISIS and Al-Nusra Front. When under pressure from the Syrian Arab army the Retreating Islamists took everything valuable from the temples, including ancient icons, historical manuscripts, icon lamps and altar-cross, church furnishings, tombstones and other valuable items.

 

The militants destroyed everything they could not hastily take along; some of the buildings were burned.

 

 

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After

 

After the liberation under the support of the government of Syria the citizens of Maaloula started rebuilding churches, assembling church furnishings, religious books and other objects piece by piece. “The most difficult was restoring the cave of St. Thekla. It suffered greatly, as did the Church of St. Elias. The specialists faced the difficult task of preserving the historical artifacts. However, some of the architectural monuments had to be built anew, because they were lost,” engineer Elias Hilal told reporters.

 

 

Maaloula will be restored no matter what it takes

 

While in the city there is no influx of tourists and worshipers but locals are sure that people from all over the world, pilgrims, will be able to visit holy places again with the onset of peace and the creation of zones of de-escalation.

 

But the Christians try not only to rebuild Maaloula, they try to rebuild the relationship between them and the Muslims shattered by ISIS.
A Syrian priest reiterates the fact that Christians will strive to rebuild the trust that has been tainted by violence perpetrated by Islamic State. “We have to rebuild trust between Muslims and Christians even if it’s not easy,” said a Syrian priest Father Mtanios Haddad.
Expressing optimism for a return to his homeland, he said: “We’ll be back, yes. We will return to Iraq, to Mosul, to Syria, to Maalula, to Beirut and to every place we have lived. They are our homes and our lands. So, what are we going to leave them for? To whom? To what civilization? We must go back and rebuild trust between ourselves little by little. Even if it’s not easy.”
Father Haddad is a Syrian and represents the Greek-Catholic patriarch in Rome. According to him, presence of Christianity in the Middle East is not optional but a necessity. “I am convinced that coexistence will not end,” he said.
“It should not end, because if it does, there will be no Christian presence. Without this presence, a new Jihad war could begin between a Muslim East and a Christian West. This Christian presence is what ensures the victory of balance and coexistence,” he explained.

 

Summary:

 

 

Ancient Maaloula before and after

 

Maaloula is ancient city where most of the inhabitants speak the language of Jesus Christ, the Semitic Aramaic. It is located in the Rif Dimashq Governorate in Syria, 56 km to the northeast of Damascus, and built into the rugged mountainside, at an altitude of more than 1500 m. It is known as one of three remaining villages where Western Aramaic is still spoken, the other two being the nearby villages Jubb’adin and Al-Sarkha (Bakhah).

 

There are two important monasteries in Ma’loula: the Eastern Catholic Mar Sarkis and Greek Orthodox St. Thecla.

 

St. Thecla’s monastery

 

The convent of St. Thecla holds the remains of Thecla, which the second-century Acts of Paul and Thecla accounts a noble virgin and pupil of St. Paul. According to later legend not in the Acts, Taqla was being pursued by soldiers of her father to capture her because of her Christian faith. She came upon a mountain, and after praying, the mountain split open and let her escape through. The town gets its name from this gap or entrance in the mountain. However, there are many variations to this story among the residents of Ma’loula.

 

Mar Sarkis
One of the oldest surviving monasteries in Syria. It was built on the site of a pagan temple, and has elements which go back to the fifth to sixth century Byzantine period. Mar Sarkis is the Assyrian name for Saint Sergius, a Roman soldier who was executed for his Christian beliefs. This monastery still maintains its solemn historical character.
Mar Sarkis has two of the oldest icons in the world, one depicting the Last Supper.

 

Other monasteries
There are also the remains of numerous monasteries, convents, churches, shrines and sanctuaries. There are some that lie in ruins, while others continue to stand, defying age. Many pilgrims come to Ma’loula, both Muslim and Christian, and they go there to gain blessings and make offerings.

VIDEO: Bold Propaganda -“Give the Middle East to the Jews!”

This video is from 2011, and it is by PJTV’s Andrew Klavan. Klavan, according to Wikipedia, converted to Christianity. However, we find that odd, because his “pen name” is Keith Peterson… Regardless of this detail, why would he make a video like this if he was a real Christian? It is all just more sick Tribal propaganda.

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COMMENTARY: How The Saudis Are Making It Almost Impossible To Report On Their War In Yemen

No one in the government seems to speak out with rage and determination about these DIRTY WARS. Why are innocent people being killed like rats? When we know that these wars are for power and money! When will we put all these Satanic politicians and media behind bars forever? When will the world stand up to this? Do you think this will not soon come to a town near you? The massive destruction that we are seeing, the convenient lack of information, the suffering, the injustice and the corruption all points to the Jews! 

Saudi Arabia is “simply defending itself” by bombing Yemen said UK’s defense secretary. Really? What about Trump’s recent $110 million dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia? This war just like all other wars in the Middle East is killing thousands of civilians and bringing millions more to the brink of famine. The Saudi-led war was an aggressive campaign against the bulk of the population of Yemen by a group of outside governments. After the Saudis and their allies began starving Yemen, Yemenis began launching attacks into Saudi territory. Doesn’t this sound like Palestine? The only people defending themselves in this war are Yemenis. These wars are against HUMANITY and led by the Tribe, that is a FACT. So it is us against them because there is no one here to save us. 

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How the Saudis are making it almost impossible to report on their war in Yemen,” Source:newstatesman.com 

Ten thousand people have died. The world’s largest cholera epidemic is raging, with more than 530,000 suspected cases and 2,000 related deaths. Millions more people are starving. Yet the lack of press attention on Yemen’s conflict has led it to be described as the “forgotten war”.

The scant media coverage is not without reason, or wholly because the general public is too cold-hearted to care. It is very hard to get into Yemen. The risks for the few foreign journalists who gain access are significant. And the Saudi-led coalition waging war in the country is doing its best to make it difficult, if not impossible, to report from the area.

Working in Sana’a as a fixer for journalists since the start of the uprisings of the so-called Arab Spring in 2011 has sometimes felt like the most difficult job in the world. When a Saudi-led coalition started bombing Yemen in support of its president, Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, in March 2015, it became even harder.

With control of the airspace, last summer they closed Sana’a airport. The capital had been the main route into Yemen. Whether deliberately or coincidentally, in doing so, the coalition prevented press access.

The media blackout came to the fore last month when the Saudi-led coalition turned away an extraordinary, non-commercial UN flight with three BBC journalists on board. The team – including experienced correspondent Orla Guerin – had all the necessary paperwork.

Aviation sources told Reuters that the journalists’ presence was the reason the flight was not allowed to land.

The refusal to allow the press to enter Yemen by air forced them to find an alternative route into the country – a 13-hour sea crossing.

After the airport closure in August 2016, an immensely complex set of procedures was created for journalists traveling on the UN flights operating from Djibouti on the Horn of Africa into Sana’a. The level of paperwork required offered only a glimmer of hope that the media would be allowed to highlight the suffering in Yemen. Each journalist’s application required visas, permits, return ticket fees of $1,100 per person (later reduced to $250) and a great deal of bureaucracy.

But there were other issues, too: equipment that all journalists take with them to war zones as standard – flak jackets, helmets and satellite phones – were not allowed on the UN flights, increasing fears about operating in the country.

The new arrangement significantly increased the cost and time involved – two things that most media organizations are short of. A team of two would have to budget for several thousand dollars for a week-long reporting trip. This was limiting for even large media organizations with big budgets.

Still, the system worked. A few journalists started to come and cover the situation from the ground. Yemenis were happy to share their stories. On one assignment to villages on the west coast, people ran to talk to us and show us their malnourished children as soon as we arrived. It was obvious from the look in their eyes that they wanted to tell people what had been happening.

That changed after last October when three or four large international media teams had reported from Yemen, broadcasting images of starving children and bombed-out homes to TVs around the world. The Saudi-led coalition began refusing to let journalists fly in with the UN. They said that the flights were for humanitarian workers only, or that the safety of journalists could not be guaranteed. Members of the press who had been preparing trips suddenly had their plans quashed. Time assigned to reporting the conflict had to be given to more accessible stories.

Over the next few months, media access was again opened up, only to be followed by U-turns and further paralysis. And when the Saudi-led coalition did grant access, it was only under certain, excruciating conditions.

As well as a press visa granted by the opposition authorities in the capital, from February this year, journalists have required a second visa granted by the Saudi-backed government in Aden.

It felt impossible. Why would they give press visas for journalists to visit opposition territory? The doubts were proved correct when trying to convince Hadi government officials to issue press access. The consular envoy in Cairo refused. A call to their team in London resulted in another “no”.

This meant applying to the authorities in Aden for secondary visas for the tenacious journalists who hadn’t already been put off by the cost and access hurdles. One example of the petty requirements imposed was that a journalist’s visa could not be on paper: it had to be stamped into his or her passport. Of course, that added a week to the whole affair.

After months of media blockade, journalists were finally able to access Yemen again between March and May this year. At present, members of the media are officially allowed to travel on the UN flights. But how many more times journalists will be refused entry remains unknown. Not all crews will have the resources to make alternative arrangements to enter Yemen.

The New Statesman interviewed one French documentary producer who has reported from Yemen twice but who has not been able to access the country since 2015, despite multiple attempts.

Upon each refusal, the Saudi-led coalition told the journalist, “to take commercial flights – which didn’t exist…” he explained, requesting anonymity. “Saudi Arabia and its coalition are doing everything they can to discourage journalists as well as organizations like Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International.”

He said that blocking media access was part of the Saudi-led coalition’s strategy to “bring [Yemen] to its knees in an atmosphere of silence and indifference.”

Access is not the only problem. Reporting in Yemen carries great risks. The British Foreign Office warns of a “very high threat of kidnap and unlawful detention from militia groups, armed tribes, criminals and terrorists”. It specifically mentions journalists as a group that could be targeted.

Editors are increasingly nervous about sending journalists into war zones where kidnap is a significant danger. The editorial green light for arranging assignments to Yemen is – understandably – ever harder to obtain.

Although they are willing to work with recognized press teams, the Houthis and Saleh loyalists have also been known to be suspicious of journalists.

“Even before the Saudis banned access to Yemen, it is important to remember that Yemen is one of the most difficult countries for journalists to access,” added the anonymous journalist.

The amount of press attention dedicated to Yemen simply does not reflect the extent of country’s suffering and political turmoil. Journalists’ rights groups, international organizations, and governments need to step up pressure on Saudi Arabia to ease media access to the country.

The coalition last month proposed that the UN take control of Sana’a airport, which it refused. Whoever runs it, the hub must be opened, so that journalists can get in, and Yemenis desperately needing medical treatment abroad can get out.

Failing this, coupled with the extreme risks and costs of reporting, the world will never see the graves of 10,000 people. Yemenis will continue to die starving and invisible, in destroyed homes.

Anti-Semitic Video

Barcelona Suspect Driss Oukabir ‘Ranted Online About Israeli Occupation Of Palestine’ In Days Before Van Attack

Isn’t this an amazing coincidence that the ‘attacker’ in the Barcelona tragedy was anti-Semitic according to puppet mainstream media? Isn’t it amazing that apparently, the man posted a video against Zionism and the Talmud a few days before the attack? ISIS also known as Israeli Secret Intelligence Service knows very well that people are so deeply brainwashed that they will believe this ‘insult to anyone’s intelligence’ story. Especially now with the tensions between Arabs and Jews at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, this “Arab attack” comes in quite handy, doesn’t it? It is hard to find people with minds so twisted and evil like the Jewish mind. We have posted the video in question below for those who understand Spanish. There is a conspiracy and it is VERY REAL, no matter how much they insist on covering it up, soon the whole world will know the truth. And God with all His Wrath will destroy these criminals once and for all! 

 

Barcelona suspect Driss Oukabir ‘ranted online about Israeli occupation of Palestine’ in days before van attack,” Source: mirror.co.uk

The man suspected of hiring the van used to mow down pedestrians in Barcelona had ranted online about the Israeli occupation of Palestine, it has been reported.

Driss Oukabir is alleged to have rented the Fiat van used in the attack on Las Ramblas in the Spanish capital from an outlet in the town of Santa Perpetua de la Mogada.

It has now emerged that Oukabir shared a post last month on social media showing graphic photos and video of a child appearing to be manhandled by an Israeli soldier.

The translated caption is said to have read: “Alas! what has happened to our Arabism?

“Even the children haven’t been rescued from the Israeli occupation.

“Post this video to be watched by the whole people in the world.”

The man is thought to have rented one of the vans used in the Las Ramblas attack (Image: Facebook)
The July 21 post was made two after two Israeli officers were killed in a shooting in Jerusalem, TMZ reports.

The Jerusalem-based Jewish Agency spokesman, Avia Mayer, also posted a screen grab on Twitter, saying the suspect had posted an antisemitic video on Facebook

“alleging a global Jewish conspiracy to take over the world”.

Anti-Semitic Video

“The video is titled “What is Zionism? A Brief Introduction” and links to what seems to be a neo-Nazi YouTube page,” Mr Mayer wrote on Twitter.

The screen grab posted by the Jerusalem-based Jewish Agency spokesman, Avia Mayer (Image: Avi Mayer/Twitter)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxWlTW0mGsc

Oukabir’s Facebook profile – Driss Oukabir Soprano – appears to have disappeared tonight as it was flooded with angry or threatening messages from people around the world before it was apparently taken offline.
Oukabir, aged about 28 and of Moroccan origin, resides in the city of Ripoll, north of Barcelona near the French border, and had previously lived in Marseille, France, local media reported.
Just two days ago he posted a Facebook photo of himself sat under a parasol on a beach, apparently in Barcelona.
The Times reported that Oukabir was born in Aghbala, 180 miles north east of Marrakesh, and had the right to live in Spain.
His favorite pages on Facebook included ‘The Koran is my life’, the TV series Prison Break and a song by an Albanian rapper.
Local media said Oukabir was being hunted by police and it was not clear if he was among the attackers.

However, Oukabir has reportedly contacted police tonight claiming his documents had been stolen recently, accusing his younger brother of taking them.

Horrific video shows the aftermath of the terror attack, with innocent victims strewn across the street.

Motionless bodies are seen lying on the floor of the city’s historic Placa de Catalunya and debris from nearby stalls is scattered across the floor.

In the distressing footage filmed by a witness, several people can be seen lying motionless with blood splattered across the ground.

There is also a young woman in a state of distress being comforted by two others.

Thirteen people are feared dead and dozens more injured are believed to have been injured in the attack.

 

There was a stampede as terrified witnesses fled through the streets after the vehicle slammed into people on tree-lined Las Ramblas, which is highly popular with tourists.

Local media reported that the driver of the white van fled on foot and is being hunted by police.

The metro and train stations were closed while rescuers responded to the emergency, and they urged people to stay away from the center of the city.

The driver was said to have been holed up in a city centre bar surrounded by police, but authorities said a suspected terrorist had been arrested and there was no-one in the bar.

Locals and tourists were told to avoid central Barcelona in the aftermath of the attack which occurred at about 5pm local time.

Witnesses described terrifying scenes as the van went through a red light and mowed down people as they crossed the street and the mounted a pavement to run down more victims.

Aamer Anwar was walking down Las Ramblas at the time, which he said was “jam-packed” with tourists.

He told Sky News: “All of a sudden, I just sort of heard a crashing noise and the whole street just started to run, screaming. I saw a woman right next to me screaming for her kids.

“Police were very, very quickly there, police officers with guns, batons, everywhere. Then the whole street started getting pushed back.”

Mr. Anwar described the scene as “chaos”, with everyone in “panic mode”.

Tom Gueller, who lives on an adjoining road, was forced to flee the scene when he saw the van hurtling through the crowds.

He told BBC’s PM: “I heard screams and a bit of a crash and then I just saw the crowd parting and this van going full pelt down the middle of the Ramblas and I immediately knew that it was a terrorist attack or something like that.

“I ran away, I mean I live near, I had to run back about 50 metres or so and go up to my flat and obviously see what’s happening on the road from my balcony.”

Asked about the van, he said: “It wasn’t slowing down at all. It was just going straight through the middle of the crowds in the middle of the Ramblas.”

Mr. Gueller said many of the shops had pulled their shutters down and armed police were positioned on street corners, with cordons in place on the road.

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he was in contact with authorities, and the priority was to attend to the injured.

Simon Manley, the British ambassador to Spain, said the Foreign Office was “in contact with the authorities and seeking further information following the incident”.

The incident took place at the height of the tourist season in Barcelona, which is one of Europe’s top travel destinations with at least 11 million visitors a year, including many Brits.

Gay Jews

Why I, a Rabbi, Am Marching in Jerusalem’s Gay Pride Parade

Isn’t it disgusting to see how the tribe continues to push for the destruction of our Christian values? Homosexuality is CLEARLY condemned in the Bible and even in the Quoran. With those so-called “Jews” we are supposed to share the same God but in reality, that is far from true. Jesus told the Pharisees they were of the Synagogue of Satan, sons of the Devil and that is why they crucified Him. Today, Satan is happy, celebrating not only the destruction of Christian values and the Word of God but also the destruction of a temple built to honor God and His Word. Jerusalem has become, just like the Bible prophecized centuries ago, the city of sin and perdition and soon their god, Lucifer will be enthroned. 

As you will see, this rabbi refers to the Torah. But what is the Torah for them? It is the Talmud NOT the Bible. If he referred to the Bible, the Old Testament he would know that God calls homosexuality an ABOMINATION. He also talks about branding people as ‘different’ and he seems to be against ‘discrimination’. We would like to ask him about Palestine and how they are killing people and calling them rats and cockroaches! They are the most racist tribe on earth. The hypocrisy of these demons is revolting! 

Gay Jews

“Why I, a rabbi, am marching in Jerusalem’s gay pride parade,” Source: haaretz.com

This week I marked Tisha B’Av – the fast day that commemorates the destruction of both temples – with the reading of Lamentations and other customs associated with mourning. And on Thursday I am marching in Jerusalem’s gay pride parade.I am a religious person who observes the Jewish holidays and is committed to halakha, Jewish law. I mourn the destruction of Jerusalem and the two temples, I try to study halakha daily and observe it. Still – and perhaps because of this – I will be marching in the parade.

I am a religious person who observes the Jewish holidays and is committed to halakha, Jewish law. I mourn the destruction of Jerusalem and the two temples, I try to study halakha daily and observe it. Still – and perhaps because of this – I will be marching in the parade.The parade is a celebration of visibility, an opportunity to say yes, there are transgender, bisexual, queer, asexual, gay and lesbian members of Israeli society, and they should not be ashamed. On the contrary, they should be satisfied with their lot, and we should all give thanks to the Creator who made people different from one another.

The parade is a celebration of visibility, an opportunity to say yes, there are transgender, bisexual, queer, asexual, gay and lesbian members of Israeli society, and they should not be ashamed. On the contrary, they should be satisfied with their lot, and we should all give thanks to the Creator who made people different from one another.

For in fulfilling the mourning customs of Tisha B’Av, I recalled Israel’s conflicted society that cannot seem to find a way toward mutual respect. Not the students of Rabbi Akiva who were killed at Betar, nor the factions in the siege of Jerusalem; not the rabbis who remained silent at the humiliation of Bar Kamtza, who came uninvited to a feast and was driven away in disgrace – an act cited by the Sages as sufficient cause of the destruction of Jerusalem by Rome. This serves to remind us of a society oblivious to the suffering and distress of those who are not part of the trivial story, those branded by society as different, other, abnormal and even immoral.

Thus it is a mitzvah to march in the parade, and doubly so for rabbis, whose duty it is to be concerned with those whom society has pushed to the fringe – the alien resident, the orphan and the widow. Only last Shabbat we read the words of Isaiah: “Your princes judge not the fatherless, neither does the cause of the widow come unto them.”

These words are intended to awaken the people to repentance before the destruction and to remind us of our responsibility toward the widow and orphan whom we neglect to include in our daily agenda. For, unfortunately, when someone is marginalized, he is exposed to hurtful words and sometimes also acts – just as Bar Kamtza was hurt, first by his host and then by the rabbis who remained silent.

The rejection of LGBTQ people, particularly by the religious community, poses a grave danger. It places these people in a state of distress, possibly causing them to do themselves harm. The suicide rate in the gay and lesbian community is significantly higher than in the general population, and even higher among transgender people.

To do God’s bidding means doing good and being honest. To my mind, there is nothing immoral about being an LGBTQ person, or being in an LGBTQ relationship, or being an LGBTQ parent. I believe that it is every rabbi’s duty to be attentive to the religious gay community in particular, and to be part of a thorough discussion that lets each member make his or her religious choices in light of a full understanding of the halakhic dilemmas faced by the LGBTQ community.

I believe that the presence of rabbis at the pride parade demonstrates our readiness to listen, to talk, to learn and, for those who seek it, to provide advice or instruction on what halakha says.

Years of study – and I am still studying – have left me unsure of the correct answer to many halakhic questions, especially those that continue to be raised close to home. I do know that along with prohibitions regarding sexual relations, and many other prohibitions and positive commandments, the Torah and halakha command us to do what is good and right and to “not stand idly by the blood of your neighbor.”

I do not expect the State of Israel to govern according to the Law of Torah; I do expect it to legislate for equal treatment of members of the LGBTQ community and to prevent discrimination against them.

It behooves us to recall on Tisha B’Av and Tu B’Av (the festival of love marked six days later), and at the parade, our duty to love, and to show compassion to those near and far from us. Tu B’Av became a festival because it provided a way to include the tribe of Benjamin, unlike the story in Judges 21, in which after a civil war the Israelite tribes vowed not to intermarry with men of the tribe of Benjamin.

Tisha B’Av commemorates conflict and rejection. The rectification lies in showing sensitivity to the other, and the parade provides us with an opportunity for doing just that.

Rabbi Avi Novis Deutsch is dean of the Schechter Rabbinical Seminary.

 

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VIDEO: The Oded Yinon Plan (Greater Israel Plan) Explained

To understand the current geopolitical situation, it is imperative that one understand that there is an agenda that is being enacted upon by Israel — this agenda is The Greater Israel Plan.

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VIDEO: “Far-Right” Millennials Crowdfunded Ship to ‘Defend Europe’ from Migrants

Bravo for Defend Europe instead of talking on social media, AND ACTING INSTEAD!!! This should be an example for everyone fighting this Zionist plot — The Coudenhove-Kalergi plan.
And, why does Al-Jazeera call them “far-right,” exactly? These African migrants are mostly not real refugees, but in fact, economic migrants — the data speaks for itself. (((Mainstream media))) tells the masses the opposite however.
In addition, NGOs (led by Soros and even Israel) aid them and quite literally pick them up off the coast of Libya delivering them right to the Europe. Is this right? No, not at all. So, people who want to stop this madness of NGO’s smuggling are far-right?? 
And, the argument that Western countries invaded some African states centuries ago, and they are now obliged to destroy their civilization by bringing here the whole Africa and the Middle East is completely stupid. No European is responsible for something that was done from the colonial period.

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U.S. Reacts Immediately to Disclosure of Secret Military Bases in Syria

As it was to be expected, the reaction of the U.S. Department of Defense (the US DoD) to the publication on the location of the U.S. military bases in Syria was not slow in coming.
Pentagon spokesman Major Adrian Rankin-Galloway said the US Department of Defense is concerned about the disclosure of secret military bases in Syria, which was due to the publication of a map of American positions by the Turkish state news agency.
“The publication of the secret military information exposes coalition forces to unnecessary risk and may disrupt current operations to defeat ISIS. And although we cannot independently verify the sources that contributed to this publication, we would be very concerned if NATO ally officials deliberately put our forces at risk,” told the spokesman.
An expert of the Atlantic Council (Editor’s note: it is an American think tank in the field of international affairs founded in 1961 that provides a forum for international political, business, and intellectual leaders), Aaron Stein, claims the information on the location of the notorious military bases the Anadolu news agency received from the Turkish authorities. Mr. Stein, however, did not comment on why the Turkish government decided to leak damaging info about the U.S. bases in Syria.

The U.S. troops deploying at one of the bases

It should be noticed that the news source stated the data on the location of the bases was obtained not as a result of a leak but in the wake of its own investigation, as well as from publications of Kurdish fighters in social networks. The person written the article for Anadolu, correspondent Levent Tok even stated that “the U.S. leadership should have thought about the possible development of events ages ago, when Washington was only about to plan to cooperate with a terrorist organization” (Editor’s note: Kurds).
To be recalled is that the map with the pointed ten U.S. bases in the Syrian provinces of Al-Hasakah, Manbij and Raqqa, as well as in the areas of Harab-Isk and Rmeilan, was published on Tuesday by Turkey-controlled leading media, Anadolu Agency. The source also reported on the number of the U.S. servicemen deployed at these bases.
Thus, the true source of data on American bases in Syria remains unclear. It is also unknown what purpose the source of leak pursued when sharing the materials.
Who and why declassified the data on the location of the U.S. military bases in Syria we propose you reading in a special investigation report that to appear soon.

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